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  3. The Suicide of an ex-Mine Manager.

    A coroner's inquest was held yesterday before Mr F. Hare, R. M. into the circumstances under which Albert James Hanco. k. whose remains were found in the bush last ...

    Article : 1,024 words
  4. CABLEGRAMS

    Telegraphic communication just received regarding the serious troubles on the Indian frontier verify the report that the fort of Maude, in the Khaiber ...

    Article : 170 words
  5. MINING.

    The latest return from the Boulder Main Reef mine from ore sent to Dry Creek was as follows :—Stone treated, 50 tons ...

    Article : 67 words
  6. Amusements.

    There was a good "house" at the Miners' Institute last night, when the Lawton Leslie Company appeared in a new bill The performance was under the patronage of the ...

    Article : 184 words
  7. GOLDEN ARROW OUTPUT.

    The Golden Arrow cleaned up on August 24. A parcel of 30 tons was put through for a yield of. 64oz, an average of nearly 2oz 4dwt to the ton. The banketings went ...

    Article : 49 words
  8. Mining News.

    The Australia Group of the Associated Mines promises to be one of the most important blocks of mines on the field. The lode has been cut at the 200ft level in ...

    Article : 825 words
  9. COOLGARDIE NEWS.

    A new find of alluvial has been made by a party of men two miles south-east of the present rush on Block 50. A number of men from the latter place proceeded to the spot. ...

    Article : 216 words
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  11. 42,000 SOLDIERS ON THE FRONTIER.

    There have now been mobilised on the Indian. Frontier 32,000 British troops, and, including ordinary garrisons, there are available for this suppression of the ...

    Article : 267 words
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  13. Correspondence.

    (The Editor does not hold himself responsible for opinions expressed by correspondents.) ...

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  14. ITEMS OF NEWS.

    Tenders for the construction of the Kalgoorlie-Kanowna railway close on Tuesday next. The Kalgoorlie Caledonian Society will ...

    Article : 1,024 words
  15. THE HAINAULT CASE.

    SIR,—Mr. Keenan, in his lengthy letter in your issue, of to-day. laboriously tries to be funny and, in the uncongenial effort, reminds, one of a man trying to open an oyster ...

    Article : 529 words
  16. TO CORRESPONDENTS.

    "E.M.B."—Your sketch, "Retribution." will appear in the WESTERN ARGUS. "Observer."—We have no room for spiteful and unfair attacks made anonymously ...

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  17. THE Kalgoorlie Miner. PUBLISHED DAILY. THURSDAY, AUGUST 26, 1897.

    IT is not strange that the rush to the Klondyke goldfields appears to be increasing rather than lessening in force, considering the reports of marvellous ...

    Article : 1,004 words
  18. THE ARMENIAN MASSACRES.

    The Sultan of Turkey has issued an irade commuting the sentences passed upon the Turkish officials of Kohat, Asia Minor, in connection with the ...

    Article : 52 words
  19. PTOMAINE POISONING.

    Dr Stevenson, an English expert, has informed the Agent-General for Victoria (Sir Andrew Clarke) that ptomaine poisoning is equally likely to be suffered ...

    Article : 60 words
  20. BANK OF ENGLAND.

    This mine has been somewhat under a cloud for sonic time past, but recent developments indicate that there is a good time coming for the holders of shares. At the ...

    Article : 374 words
  21. AN INSANITARY SPOT.

    SIR,—It is high time some action was taken by the Municipal authorities in connection with the settlement taking place on that hitherto vacant ground opposite ...

    Article : 183 words
  22. Kalgoorlie Warden's Court

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 488 words
  23. A STEAMER IN TROUBLE.

    The s.s. Rangatira, bound from England to Tasmania, has been towed in to Teneriffe with a broken shaft. ...

    Article : 26 words
  24. THE SCARCITY OF GRAIN.

    Flour has risen in price 2s 6d per sack in the country markets of Great Britain, while bread is at 6d the quartern leaf. ...

    Article : 96 words
  25. BOULDER SANITATION.

    SIR,—In reply to Mr. Hitchcock's letter in this morning's issue under the above heading, we wish to state the following facts:—When the local Board of Health called for ...

    Article : 339 words
  26. THE MATTER OF COLONIAL TRADE.

    Speaking at the luncheon given to the touring New South Wales Mounted Rifles at Sheffield, Lieut.—Colonel Lasseter, who is in command of the ...

    Article : 68 words
  27. Mining Motes.

    The new lode at a depth of 100ft which was cut some time back in the Coolgardie Mint has been driven on a distance of 120ft. and is still the full w[?]th ...

    Article : 305 words
  28. WATER IN THE NUBIAN DESERT.

    News comes from Egypt that a well has been successfully sunk in the Nubian Desert between Abu Hamel, on the great bend of the Nile, and Wadi Halfa ...

    Article : 45 words
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